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Nearly 1 In 4 Teachers Adjusted Lesson Plans Despite Not Knowing CRT Laws In Place

Nearly one in four teachers say they changed their lesson plans due to laws banning Critical Race Theory (CRT), despite many not knowing which laws are actually in place, according to a 2023 national report.

‘Diamond’ of Diamond and Silk Cause of Death Revealed

"No autopsy was performed," according to death certificate.

Meta’s Oversight Board Wants Nudity Allowed on Company’s Social Media Platforms

Meta representative says company is "constantly evolving our policies to help make our platforms safer for everyone."

Harvard Medical School Teaching Students to Care for Patients With ‘Diverse Gender Identities,’ Including Infants

Harvard Medical School is training students to care for "patients with diverse sexual orientations" including "infants."

America Has a ‘Pandemic of Fatherlessness’ Contributing to Gender Confusion, Suicide, and More, Author Says

America is suffering from a pandemic that is not a virus, it “is a pandemic of fatherlessness."

Joe Biden Is Trying to Force Christian Doctors to Kill Babies in Abortions

Joe Biden is such a “devout Catholic,” that he wants to force Christian doctors to kill babies in abortions.

Supreme Court Rules Title 42 Will Remain In Place

The Supreme Court allows federal officials to continue expelling migrants at US borders while legal challenges to Trump-era border restriction Title 42 proceed.

Judge Rules Against Republican Kari Lake, Confirms Democrat Hobbs as Next Arizona Governor

Arizona judge confirms Katie Hobbs as the state's next Governor following Kari Lake's unsuccessful election challenge.

Judge Dismisses Kari Lake Lawsuit

Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson ruled that the claims on trial lacked lacked “clear and convincing” proof of intentional wrongdoing in Maricopa County that would affect the outcome of the Arizona election.

IRS Halts Controversial New Rule Requiring Reporting of $600 Payments

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on Friday announced it would delay a rule that would have required tens of millions of Americans who received payments of at least $600 to report their earnings, following widespread confusion and angst about the new requirements.

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